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Andreas Franz Wilhelm Schimper

Andreas Franz Wilhelm Schimper was a German botanist and phytogeographer who made major contributions in the fields of histology, ecology and plant geography. He travelled to South East Asia and the Caribbean as part of the 1899 deep-sea expedition. His health had been seriously affected by malaria and he died of complications at the age of only 45 years in 1901. He coined the terms tropical rainforest and sclerophyll and is commemorated in numerous specific names... Read More

Born12 May 1856
Strasbourg, France
Died9 September 1901 (aged 45)
Basel
NationalityGermany
Fieldsbotanist

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(Andreas Franz Wilhelm),
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schimper, a. f. w. (andreas franz wilhelm), 1856-1901
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andreas franz wilhelm schimper
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schenck, h. (heinrich), 1860-1927
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schimper, andreas franz wilhelm, 1856-1901
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